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There are even car seat mount kits to put the screen on the back of a headrest if your tykes spend a lot of time gaming on the way to grandmother’s house.Go big, but don’t go home with the best Nintendo Switch games when out and about|Billy Cadden|July 18, 2021|Popular-Science
The tyke asked the gov his favorite part about being governor.Turns Out Chris Christie Hated Traffic on the George Washington Bridge, Too|David Freedlander|January 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Supe III, the Namath one and the first one I watched as a little tyke, took care of that.Michael Tomasky Says Move the Super Bowl to Saturday|Michael Tomasky|February 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Soon after the young tyke began collecting presidential memorabilia and other knickknacks.The White House Scammer|Jacob Bernstein|November 2, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Bobby lapped a' it so eagerly, yet so daintily, that she added: "He's a weel-broucht-up tyke, Jamie."
"Eh, ye gude-for-naethin' tyke," he said to Bobby, in transparent pretense of his uselessness.
An' look 'ere, if yer want a flag for the revolution, tyke muvver's trahsers an' tie 'em to the corfin.The Foundations (Fourth Series Plays)|John Galsworthy
Was the most utterly shabby, vulgar, mean-looking cur I ever beheld: in one word, a tyke.Spare Hours|John Brown
To be sure, we call a dog a “tyke,” and to describe any one as a dog is not complimentary, unless qualifications are made.The Great North Road: London to York|Charles G. Harper